Environmental

We are delighted to be working alongside two companies who place environmental care at the very heart of their corporate philosophies.

Both  Toshiba, <a href= and  Kyocera, crest reprographics, print, copy, sca, fax, liverpool, merseyside, environmental are fully committed to protecting the environment and designing processes which ensure their products and operating systems are fully eco-friendly.

They take their environmental responsibilities extremely seriously and our customers can be confident that through us they are working with leaders in the field.

 

Toshiba, crest reprographics, print, copy, scan, fax, liverpool, merseyside, environmental

Toshiba are committed to the environment and with the help of carbon offsetting experts co2 balance have devised a scheme where we can offset the carbon footprint of customers’ Toshiba MFP.

Carbon Offsetting allows for the investment in projects that save the emission of, or absorb, an equivalent amount of CO2 to that of your MFP footprint. Through this process the emissions are balanced to become “Carbon Zero,” which allows for positive printing and copying with no detrimental effect on the environment.

Taking part in the Toshiba Carbon Zero Scheme will offset several tonnes of Carbon from the MFP footprint alone. Toshiba are supporting a number of Projects in the UK and Developing World to help offset this Carbon.

 

Kyocera, print, copy, scan, fax, crest reprographics, liverpool, merseyside, environmental

Kyocera understands that business activities can influence the environment and society. They established a vision to seek harmonious balance between economic development and environmental protection. Their goal is to provide high-value-added products and services while addressing climate change, reducing waste, promoting energy efficiency and conserving resources.

Kyocera printers and multifunction copiers are designed with the environment in mind. They aim to minimise the impact of their products on the planet by reducing the quantity of raw materials contained within them. Kyocera’s cartridge-free print technology reduces the number of components in the toner system by more than 85% on average, consequently reducing the manufacturing and recycling impact of the device.

Save the planet…..Save money!

Finding the right balance between economy and ecology has become a key issue for modern companies. Both are very important and neither should be neglected in favour of the other.

Crest understands this need and with the Toshiba e-STUDIO306LP/RD30 we have a system which not only offers a perfect balance, but also easily integrates into existing networks and workflows. This makes our system the perfect ambassador for a greener office.

The e-STUDIO306LP is a fully-fledged multifunctional system, equipped with state-of-the-art Toshiba technology. What makes the e-STUDIO306LP unique is the use of the special blue toner, which can be de-colourised. This allows you to reuse the paper multiple times. By applying heat to the documents the toner is de-colourised and the paper can be used again and again. Need a sample calculation? Simply by using your paper five times you can already reduce your paper consumption by 80% without needing to print less. This 80% reduction in paper consumption is economically and ecologically beneficial.

 

Toshiba, green machine, print, scan, copy, fax, copier, Liverpool, Merseyside

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Until now, when dealing with paper, offices were limited to reducing their paper consumption and/or recycling paper to contribute to a greener tomorrow. While both options are valid ways to be environmentally conscious, they leave a gap which the e-STUDIO306LP can now fill.

There are already various ways to reduce the amount of paper used. One example for this is duplex printing. Nevertheless, some things just have to be printed if you want to work effectively. Many of these documents are thrown away after only a few hours (think of all the pages you print to proof-read or as a reminder to do something). Recycling this paper is definitely a good idea. But it is even more ecological to reuse this paper.